I didn't check all the wheels, just the fronts. I'll do that.
As for the free play, when it's cool outside, or the car is off (and not hot) there is plenty of free play. It's after the engine warms up and, say I pull up to a light, the free play starts to go away. If it's hot out, or I'm climbing a hill, basically doing something that gets the motor/engine compartment good and hot, the free play is gone and the brakes are draggin' good. That's what is weird about this. Any car is going to have brake lines that warm up and fluid that is expanding, as far as I can tell, this fluid goes back into the master cylinder when the brakes aren't engaged. That just doesn't seem to happen on this car. Instead, the pressure builds and engages the brakes.